Understanding and Cultivating Love in RelationshipsJul 13, 2022
Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Romantic Love Relationships. This in-depth course will teach you everything you need to know to find everlasting love, and how to nurture a strong romantic love relationship.
Many people give up looking for love, just when they are about to find it.
Triangular Theory of Love
John Allen Lee established six styles of love. Then, Sternberg changed them up a bit and put them into a model of seven combinations. According to his model, in order to have a successfully romantic love relationship you need three equal elements:
- Passion: attraction, desire and lust.
- Commitment: deciding to love and maintaining the relationship in the long term.
- Intimacy: feelings of closeness, bonding, and connectedness.
Dr. Ava Cadell’s 12 C’s of Love
A Comprehensive Code for being a Cool, Confident & Charismatic Couple!
Follow Dr. Ava’s recipe to find everlasting love.
Communication: This is the key ingredient for a consistently successful relationship.
Chemistry: Enhance your chemical attraction to each other. Compliments are the bedrock of chemistry.
Curiosity: Be curious about the next step in your relationship. Show curiosity in your partner’s daily life.
Contentment: Make a list of the things you’re grateful for in your life. Share your contentment and gratitude with each other.
Collaboration: Find things that you can do together, then collaborate and create memories. The more you can collaborate, the more memories you create together.
Courage: It takes great courage to risk the hurt that relationships can cause. Forgive mistakes and have the courage to say “I’m sorry” first.
Commitment: Only make commitments you think you can keep and that you want to keep. Review and renew commitments towards each other.
Copulation: Enjoy the journey of making love as much as the destination.
Creativity: Decide on a list of creative projects that would be fun to do together. Create romantic memories together.
Consideration: It is so important to be aware of your partner’s feelings.
Contribution: Discuss how you can contribute more to each other’s lives. Contribute to your partner’s success by giving your love and attention.
Celebration: Always look for new ways you can celebrate as a couple. Celebrate one moment at a time.
Romantic Love Relationships Video Course Sneak Peek
Today’s sneak peek video is all about Love and Relationships, a comprehensive digital course that will teach you everything you need to know about romantic love and relationships, available via our Certified Relationship Coach program!
This exclusive course on Love and Relationships includes a Narrated Multimedia Video Course, extra Video Training: Ask the Expert – Ethlie Ann Vare, Love Addict: Sex, Romance & Other Dangerous Drugs; Ask the Expert – Addictions & Recovery with Sherry Gaba, LCSW, E-books: 12 Steps To Everlasting Love; and Love Around The House, Plus!, you will learn:
- Definition of Love
- History of Love
- Ingredients of Love
- Self Love
- What’s the Hold Up?
- Letting Go of The Past
- Sell Yourself
- Finding Everlasting Love
- Communicating Love
- Types of Love
- Triangular Theory
- Intimacy + Passion
- Love vs. Lust
- Love Economics
- Dr. Ava’s 12 C’s
- Love Around the House
- How to Show Your Love
- From Business to Pleasure
- Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
- Love Around the World
This video is just a small component of our comprehensive Certified Relationship Coach program that will teach you everything you need to know about Couple’s enrichment, Love, Aphrodisiacs, Foreplay, Flirting, Kissing, Tantra, Relationship Coaching Niches, How to Become a Relationship Coach, Erotic Massage, as well as how to overcome relationship obstacles and so much more.
Take a look at our Certified Relationship Coach program NOW to see all of the courses available when you sign up to become a Certified Relationship Coach!